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Originally posted by Rustyk
reply to post by timerty
Would you use a sledge hammer to drive a nail? You could but it's more practical to use a normal hammer.
I don't disagree he was acting (presumably in self-defense) but he used a "sledge hammer" instead of more practical tool. That's all I'm saying.
Originally posted by TruthWizard
reply to post by timerty
Your issue seem to be with women In general....why do you have such anger towards women? rejected one to many times? unfaithful girlfriend? mean mom?...either way get over It.
Originally posted by timerty
I have read the report and I think it is the fault of the woman who put her unborn child at risk in the first place.
She should not have got in the way of the police officer in the first place. The police officer might have thought she was just fat rather than pregnant, and more so if she acted as though she wasn't pregnant.
In the first place, a pregnant woman should never behave as though she is not pregnant. If she tries to act violent to a police officer, then she only has herself to blame. It is her fault for putting her unborn child at risk. She is a dumb bitch.
If you are 9 months pregnant, it is common sense not to get physical with any police officer or anyone. She was selfish and dumb enough not to protect her own unborn child but try to be a loud mouth. Your freaking brother can handle himself. Don't butt in and think you can use your pregnancy as a leverage.
Her brother created trouble, so it is possible that she would also be a trouble maker herself, its in the family. She is a pregnant troublemaker. And then now she is trying to act the victim on TV? Shame on her.
I detest pregnant women who think they are above others just because they are pregnant and others have to give way to them. Sick of such people. Met so many of them before so I can recognize this one just like that.
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By putting this logical theory in practice, if a pregnant woman would to think that she has spotted some vulnerabilities that made her think that she can simply disable a police officer by attacking him, then the police officer has to react in a higher level not just to counter the attack but also to deter future others from thinking he is vulnerable or weak. This higher level translates to not treating the attacking woman the way that she thought she should or would be treated as in a respectful or soft gentlemanly way, but this higher level translate to treating her in a way where she would not think of underestimating police officers again and commit the same act again.
Fleischer filed an open records request and found two more use-of-force complaints against Wheeler within the last nine months. In all three cases, the victims were not the focus of the original police incident.
In September 2011, a 53-year-old woman said Wheeler twisted her arm behind her back and pushed her face down in the patrol car. The woman's daughter had just been in a car accident and she had gone to the scene to help with her young grandchildren.
In January 2012, a family complained after Wheeler shot their dog while he was on a chain inside their garage. Wheeler had responded to the wrong address.
And the cops themselves.
Originally posted by RealSpoke
reply to post by verschickter
A large percent of Americans do not like cops at all. The only ones that seem to are white baby boomers.edit on 21-5-2012 by RealSpoke because: (no reason given)